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Chantel Everett accuses Pedro Jimeno of domestic abuse and infidelity as the ’90 Day Fiance’ couple file for divorce

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Chantel Everett accuses Pedro Jimeno of domestic abuse and infidelity as the ’90 Day Fiance’ couple file for divorce

 

 

Chantel Everett and Pedro Jimeno, a popular couple from season four of TLC’s “90 Day Fiance” and the spinoff “The Family Chantel,” have filed for divorce as Everett accused Jimeno of domestic violence, according to court documents.

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On May 26, the couple filed paperwork to divorce in a Georgia court, stating that they had been separated since April 27. In multiple filings since, the two have lobbed allegations against the other.

In documents filed on May 27, Jimeno said that Everett had transferred money from a joint bank account days before they separated.

“On or about April 23rd 2022, the Defendant withdrew from the Parties’ joint business account over $257,000.00 of the Parties’ joint funds and transferred it into an account in the Defendant’s name and her sister’s name,” Jimeno’s attorneys said in May.

In court documents filed on Thursday, Everett stated that her reasons for seeking the divorce included adultery and “physical domestic violence, as well as mental pain.”

They featured in season four of “90 Day Fiancé,” a show which follows foreign fiancés of American citizens over the duration of a special 90-day visa, as they decide whether or not to get married during that timespan. Everett met Jimeno in his native Dominican Republic, where they got engaged, and he later moved to Atlanta to live with her.

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Throughout the shows, their families clashed, and the couple fought regularly — and at times physically. After getting married in 2017, their spin-off lasted four seasons, and their marital problems took center stage.

TLC did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

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By October 28, 2021, the couple had secured a mutual restraining order against each other, which limited their ability to make financial decisions alone over joint investments and bills, according to court documents. The restraining order is set to last until their divorce is finalized.

Attorneys representing Jimeno and Everett did not immediately respond to Insider’s requests for comment.

 

 

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